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Basic Organic Gardening Guide

Posted on March 1, 2015 at 12:30 PM Comments comments (0)
In the world of organic gardening, there are plenty of great resources available to both new and experienced organic gardeners alike. There are many e-guides, books, videos, and other resources available. These tips contain some of the best advice for helping a good organic gardener become a great organic gardener.

Transition plants gradually as needed during seasonal changes, moving them from hot to cold will shock them.

Shoveling clay soil is tiresome since clay is hard, and it can also stick to your shovel for twice the difficulty. Coat the shovel with floor or car wax, and buff it with a clean rag to make the job a lot easier. The shovel will glide through the clay and as a bonus, your shovel will be resistant to rust.

Brighten up your flower beds with annuals and biennials. These fast growing flowers let you change how your flower bed looks season to season. These kinds of flowers are also excellent for filling in gaps between shrubs and perennials in sunny areas. There are many flowers you can plant in these gaps. Try marigolds, petunias or sunflowers for a brighter garden.

If powdery mildew appears on your plants, don't purchase expensive chemical solutions. Plain water with a bit of liquid soap and baking soda will do the trick. You then want to spray this mixture on your plants one time a week until you notice the mildew disappear. Baking soda won't harm your plants, and takes care of the mildew efficiently and gently.

Even the best information needs to be implemented correctly, so be patient and do your research, and the results will be worth it. 

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